Search por­tal releases list of most ex­pen­sive homes for sale in P.E.I.

The Guardian (Charlottetown) - - FRONT PAGE -

A sprawl­ing es­tate in Ca­ble Head East is the most ex­pen­sive home up for grabs on Prince Edward Is­land’s real es­tate mar­ket.

While the $5.9-mil­lion ocean­front home along the north shore of Kings County is by far the most ex­pen­sive pur­chase avail­able, there are some oth­ers that will still cost buy­ers a pretty penny.

In­ter­na­tional real es­tate search por­tal Point2 Homes re­cently compiled a list of the 10 most ex­pen­sive homes on the P.E.I. mar­ket.

The places with the most lux­ury are Char­lot­te­town and Strat­ford, which each fea­ture three of the most ex­pen­sive homes, while New Glas­gow boasts two homes in the top 10.

A $2.7 mil­lion home in Strat­ford at 80 Bat­tery Point Dr. took the sec­ond spot, while a $2.2 mil­lion list­ing at 460 Heather Dunes Lane in Sav­age Har­bour rounded out the top three.

In New Glas­gow, 55 Furber Dr. is sell­ing for $1.79 mil­lion, and a $1.386 mil­lion home along Route 258 was No. 8. The lat­ter’s list­ing price ac­tu­ally in­creased from $988,000 in 2017.

The prici­est buy in Char­lot­te­town is 351 North River Rd., which came in at No. 7 on the list at $1.58 mil­lion.

The “cheap­est” home on the rank­ings is in Char­lot­te­town, a nearly $1.2 mil­lion pen­t­house in a Richmond Street con­do­minium com­plex.

To com­pile this list, Point2’s team of re­searchers looked at the en­tire P.E.I. mar­ket, us­ing its own data­base as well as na­tional por­tals and lo­cal bro­ker­ages.

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